TG, if you plan to follow the suggestions of Samu (downgrading as skill levels go up), remember I have a D60 for exchanging with your beginner level gadgets (D3X is learning level right ? ! ) LOL
Originally Posted by Samurai
I guess the ultimate photographer is the one who doesn't need the camera at all. He just looks at the scene and BAM! The photograph has happened.
I might reach that stage within a month ! Hope someone discovers a USB port that can be fixed behind our skull that can do a high speed transfer from the brain. Samurai san, if you have fixed it already, let me know the place !
Originally Posted by HellwratH
Not sure if I have posted this before .
You have posted it thrice I think, but its worth posting 10 times. Great colour ! You need more walks and meets, otherwise we will end up seeing same pictures many times here !!
Clever, I use photoshop 7.0 and the colour representation is sRGB (found it from the exif data). 'Vibrant' is a negative or positive term ?
Waiting for my cousine to bring a copy of the CS4. I touch only the following buttons till date: Brightness/Contrast, Colour balance (only if required), Sharpness. I use 'Delete' button more than any others in the whole learning proess ! Hope that shows where I have reached so far.
You have posted it here before, and i also remeber its from some photo walk series organised by flicker. I have been bugging clever for a photowalk . Nice colors BTW.
Thank you Pramod. Yep, it was part of the BWS on flickr.
Originally Posted by shajufx
You have posted it thrice I think, but its worth posting 10 times. Great colour ! You need more walks and meets, otherwise we will end up seeing same pictures many times here !! Attachment 319998
Thrice already? I better stop exhibiting it so many times :P. Thanks again Shaju. Ye, I am all set to do some more photo walks this weekend. Also, I remember the term you had used, "Photo constipation", got to clear the old ones (as in edit and post them here ).
Originally Posted by clevermax
Nice shots KpZen, HW & shaju.
shaju, Hw, you guys using AdobeRGB colorspace? The colors are really vibrant.
I shoot/edit in AdobeRGB but convert it into sRGB when I save it as a JPEG file.